Fall Books for Kids with Editable Library Checklist

Fall Books Editable Library Checklist

Print out our book checklist and get to the library to grab some fun FALL books for your kids! Want to add more books to your list? Just edit the PDF and print it out after you add in the other books you want to grab!  Want to purchase some of these great fall books? See them all here on Amazon! 

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Fall Books for Kids

A fun fall theme is wonderful for Tot School, Preschool, Kindergarten and beyond!  Investigating leaves and seasonal changes in fall is a great way to teach young kids so much about science! So much happens in fall, it can fill an entire month or more of study!

More FALL fun…

Looking for more Fall Theme Ideas for your classroom or homeschool? Give these links a look:

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Download your free FALL BOOK CHECKLIST here!

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Apple Books for Kids with Editable Library Checklist

Apple Books Editable Library Checklist

Print out our book checklist and get to the library to grab some fun APPLE books for your kids! Want to add more books to your list? Just edit the PDF and print it out after you add in the other books you want to grab!  Want to purchase some of these great apple books? See them all here on Amazon! 

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Apple Books for Kids

An apple theme in fall is fun for Tot School, Preschool, Kindergarten and beyond!  Investigating apples is a great way to teach young kids so much about science!

More APPLE fun…

Looking for more Apple Theme Ideas for your classroom or homeschool? Give these links a look:

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Download your free APPLE  BOOK CHECKLIST here!

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5th Grade Reading List

5th Grade Reading List

We have used visual reading lists in our homeschool for years now! I spend lots of time each summer creating these lists for my kids and they really help throughout the school year! Today I am sharing our 5th grade book list, for my daughter!

5th Grade Reading List

I used many sources to find books I thought she might enjoy and that I wanted her to try. She is my bookworm and reads a LOT on her own. She gravitates towards fantasy books so I have tried to fill her list with more historical and realistic fiction. I read many of these in the past few months because I wanted to have several on the list that I KNEW she would like since she wouldn’t choose many of these on her own {she chooses dragons and cats mostly}. These books will be assigned {not all} but she will have choices from those on this page. We may add to this list if I find ew books throughout the year, but this is our starting point.

5th Grade Book Checklist

I create a page with each cover so she can browse and choose her next book easily. We do not own all of these so I have her choose and I put the book on hold at the library!

Click here to see these books on Amazon!

5th Grade Reading List on Amazon

Downloads & How-To…

I have a few downloads you are welcome to use if you’d like. First, here is a PDF copy of the book choice page featuring the books I chose for her. If you want to create your own visual list, it is easy! I have a video tutorial here!

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Here is a blank reading record like hers. I just have her write the title, author and rate the book 1-10 based on her opinion.

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Here’s another reading log we have used.  It is very similar to the one we are using now.

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See our Book Lists Pinterest board here!

Booklist Video…

I have a Facebook Live video sharing about these visual booklists, and why we love them! You can watch that here!

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More Book Lists

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8th Grade Reading List

8th Grade Reading List

We have used visual reading lists in our homeschool for years now! I spend lots of time each summer creating these lists for my kids and they really help throughout the school year! Today I am sharing our 8th grade book list, for my son!

8th Grade Reading List

I used many sources to find books I thought he might enjoy and that I wanted him to try. I read many of these in the past few months because I wanted to have several on the list that I KNEW he would like since he is my non-reader. He will not choose to read, ever. These books will be assigned {not all} but he will have choices from those on this page. We may add to this list if I find new books throughout the year, but this is our starting point.

8th Grade Book Checklist

I create a page with each cover so he can browse and choose his next book easily. We do not own all of these so I have him choose and I put the book on hold at the library!

Click here to see these books on Amazon!

8th Grade Reading List on Amazon

Downloads & How-To…

I have a few downloads you are welcome to use if you’d like. First, here is a PDF copy of the book choice page featuring the books I chose for him. If you want to create your own visual list, it is easy! I have a video tutorial here!

DIY REading List Video Cover

Here is a blank reading record like his. I just have him write the title, author and rate the book 1-10 based on his opinion.

Here’s another reading log we have used.  It is very similar to the one we are using now.

   

See our Book Lists Pinterest board here!

Booklist Video…

I have a Facebook Live video sharing about these visual booklists, and why we love them! You can watch that here!

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More Book Lists



How To Make Your Own Visual Reading List

How to make your own visual reading list for your kids

We have been making visual reading lists for a few years now and they really help my kids. I spend the summer choosing books for each child and then compile the book covers on a page so they can choose throughout the year. Last summer I shared a video about these visual booklists, and why we love them! You can watch that here!

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In that video I offered to make a tutorial video and many of you asked me to do that! I finally got it done and hope many of you will be able to make your own visual book lists now!

Here is the video tutorial and below I will share basic written steps.

  1. Download the book cover image to your computer
  2. Add the image to a document in PowerPoint
  3. Resize the image by dragging the corners and moving the image around
  4. Align the book covers by using the align feature {align middle and distribute horizontally}

We print 2 copies of our book lists, one for the front of their grade level notebook, and one for the rating stickers. After a book is finished a colored dot sticker is placed on the book image with a 1-10 rating.

Our Book Lists

Downloads…

Here is a blank reading record for your child to write the title, author and rate the book 1-10 based on his/her opinion.

Here’s another reading log we have used. It is very similar to the one we are using now.

See our Book Lists Pinterest board here!

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